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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Maybe they forgot the anchovies?

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A report from the LRPD indicates somebody had a bone to pick with a local pizza joint. 2009- 28528 – CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 1ST
SUSPECT – MARK DEMERS, W/M, 12-9-1978, 3321 W. MARKHAM
VICTIM – OLDE WORLD PIZZA, 1706 W. 3RD
INCIDENT DATE/TIME – 3-17-09 AT 2110 HOURS
INCIDENT LOCATION – 1706 W. 3RD
ARREST DATE/TIME – 3-17-09 AT 2120 HOURS
ARREST LOCATION – 3321 W. MARKHAM
 
A witness observed Mark Demers throw several chairs and a 2x4 through the window of Olde World Pizza, breaking several windows.  The witness followed Demers to his residence of 3321 W. Markham, at which time officers responded and took custody of Demers.  He was transported to the Downtown Detective Division where he refused to give a statement.  Demers was charged with Criminal Mischief 1st and then transported to the Pulaski County Regional Jail. It is unknown at this time why he damaged the business.

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